Marat Avdyev
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Video Document Flow as the Foundation for e-Democracy

Started Oct 29, 2014 0 Replies

Traditionally we regard video clips as optional appendix for document. Widespread of notebooks, tablets, smart phones and high speed communication channels for last years provides opportunity to…Continue

Tags: mediation, ADR, ODR, court, e-Democracy.

 

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What is your profession and title?
Director of Siberian Centre of Conflictology. Mr.
What is your ADR experience? (trainings and education)
Novosibirk State Technical University. Professional mediator. Trainer, coach of 100 mediators online and offline in 4 Counties, 40 cities.
What, if any, ADR organizations or groups do you belong to?
Siberian Centre of Conflictology, non profit organization.
What are you hoping to get from ADRhub.com
Participating in International Conferece online
Do you/your company have a website?
http://2adr.ru
What other ADR related sites do you visit?
mediate.com
virtualmediationlab.com/
Modria,com
AAA.com
Cybersquare.com
What else do you want to tell the ADRhub.com community (what you are up to, what you would like to do in ADR, etc.)
It is very interesting to promote ODR in Russia and post-soviet countries on cooperation. We a on the way of popularization of mobile servises for family / divorce mediation and mediation in Legal/commerce disputes see mediationfamily.ru and eDogovor.ru
Are you on Twitter? If provide a link to your Twitter page.
http://@edogovor

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